In Ross Cowman’s story-telling game Fall of Magic, you are a traveler with The Magus, who is dying along with magic, on a trip to the land where magic is born. The thing about the game that is really impressive is it’s played out on a five-foot long scroll map that is revealed through play. As the group continues on their heroic journey, various locations are discovered along with story prompts. The handmade scroll reward tier is $65 (a digital version is $15) with estimated delivery in October of this year.
Holy cow, there’s a lot of fantasy-inspired coins on Kickstarter these days! Fan favorite Campaign Coins’ Starter Sets and Epic Treasure campaign is just about over. Campaign Coins offers sets of forty to fifty coins for AUD $40 (about USD $32). One of the sets of these metal coins is designed for boardgames with 25 ones, 15 fives, and 10 twenties. Although based in Australia, fulfillment will be based from the region where the order is placed, so gamers won’t have to worry about a large shipping bill.
UK-based Ulfsark Games is producing two different metal coin sets called Dragon Scales Coins – Wave 1 – Dwarven and Elven (elven set pictured). With over three weeks to go, this manufacturer offers standard international shipping with shipping cost included in the pledge level price. A basic set of 10 coins is GBP 15 (about USD $23) with additional sets of 10 at GBP 7 (about $12), so a set of 30 would be about USD $46.
Fantasy Coins’ Fantasy Coins and Bars campaign has over a week and a half left. For this campaign, there are ten new metal coin sets available, including gemstones and minted metal bars. Already funded, Fantasy Coins’ campaign comes with a spreadsheet to help calculate shipping. For instance, one set of 30 coins will run $21, $24, or $31 depending on if you live in the US, Canada, or elsewhere in the world.
Perhaps you’d like something to put those in? Then take a look at The Adventure Case: the Ultimate Tabletop Gaming Accessory by Dog Might Games. It’s a box, but it’s a super cool box that’s a dice box, rolling tray, storage bin, and the lid is set up to be a dice rolling screen, in case you need to hide your rolls from other players. Sure, you could get one of these beauties with a brass plate design, but you might want to pony up a few extra bucks for the carved wood designs. And add on the pretty pretty colored lights.